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Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919).  Through the Brazilian Wilderness.  1914.

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Stockton, Frank R., stories by, 192

Store, the first, 334

Sunsets, contrasted, 203

Surveying, method of, 250, 251; instruments for, Appendix B, 388

Swallows, 164

“Swiss Family Robinson,” 78

Tamandu&á bandeira. See Anteater.

Tanageira, Doctor, 270

Tapajos, the, 134, 135, 187, 189, 216, 247, 347

Tapirapoan, 136, 158; start upstream for, 160; arrival at, 165; party divides at, 170; 172

Tapirs, 138, 140, 142–144, 146; curious relation of horse and, 147

Tapirs, River of. See Sepotuba.

Taquary, the, 66

Taunay River, 296, 349

Telegraph, establishment of, 158; wages paid for work on wilderness lines of, 159, 193; spiders swarm on, 239

Telegraphic Commission, 157, 165, 181, 210; work of, 217; Juruena first mapped by, 220; labor of, 327; solution of River of Doubt mystery made possible by previous work of, 348

Tents, 214, 247; Appendix B, 368

Thermometers, Appendix B, 390

Tools, Appendix B, 387, 388

Tragedy, a terrible, 311–317

Transportation, 189

Travellers, status of the ordinary, 176–178; ignorance of certain, 261; three categories of, Appendix A, 353–357

Trees, 49, 50, 74; taruman, 81; flowers on, 100; 139; fig, 149; 160–164, 179, 190; fossil trunk of, 234; 235, 251; barriers formed by, 253; bee, 263; rubber, 235, 275, 292; araputanga, 287; fruit of cajazeira, 291; peculiarity of, 293; 300. See Palm.

Tree-toad, 264

Tres Burity, government ranch at, 239, 242

“Trigueiro,” one of the dogs, 67, 275, 277, 323

Tropics, entered the, 49; iron cruelty of life in the, 151

Turtle, land, 160; river, 322

“Twelfth of October,” 235

University of Pennsylvania, a Paraguayan graduate of the, 48

Uruguay, 9

Utensils, Indian, 209, 244, 245

Utiarity Falls, 186; arrival at, 200; telegraph station at, 201; beauty of, 201, 202, 206

Vaqueiros, 106, 126, 145

Viedma, Lake, 29

Vilhena, 235–239

Vines, 100, 114

Vireo, 234

Wallace, 345

Wasp, orioles’ nests surrounded by, 102; dangerous sting of red, 118; spiders preyed on by, 121; maribundi, 137, 150, 251; ants plunder nests of, 168

Weapons, Indian, 209, 245

Weasel, tayra, 99

Weather, 60, 65, 96, 112, 160, 170, 306

Wilderness, party enters the, 209; difficulties of travel in, 215; etiquette of the, 240; first stage of conquest of the, 334; geographical and zoological work still to be done in the, Appendix A, 358

Wolf, red, 77, 127

Woods, 235

Wrens, ant, 167, 168

Xingu, 189, 347

Zahm, Father, 1, 2, 5; children baptized by, 57; 132; Colonel Roosevelt reminded of his wish to shoot tapir and jaguar by, 144; 162, 186, 205; returns to Tapirapoan, 207

Zoologist, work of field, in South America, Appendix A, 353, 358

 

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